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  • Greece: There’s no such thing as miracles

    In an act of political brinkmanship during the early hours of Saturday 27 June, Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras unexpectedly announced that on Sunday 05 July Greece will hold a referendum on two proposals put forward by its creditors. On the one hand, this should come as no surprise: after all, even German Finance Minister…

  • Greek elections: anger overcame fear, but is there hope?

    Now that Syriza has formed a government which has already made some statements on its legislative agenda, there is now a little more clarity on  the road forward, and it’s of little comfort to many across Europe and in the troika. Tsipras has just criticised the EU for its stance on Russia, has put the…

  • United by austerity

    By George Candon, Orestis Kalliantzidis and Constantine Levoyannis The dust had barely settled on the outcome of the much-anticipated Greek general election which saw Syriza fall just two tantalizing seats short of an outright majority*, when hot on the heals comes the news that the hard-left party has jumped into bed with the populist rightwing…

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